UV Curing Lamp - GEW Part # 24897 UV Curing Lamp Bulb

GEW Part # 24897 UV Curing Lamp Bulb
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Guaranteed 100% Compatible Replacement Ultraviolet (UV) Lamp - Mercury Wavelength - 17 Inch Arc Length

The Gew Part # 24897 UV Curing Lamp Bulb has an arc length of 17 inches and is filled with mercury. With an arc length of 17 inches the UV replacement lamp exceeds OEM standards of UV curing performance. The lamp bulb has wattage of 400 WPI and is compatible to the GEW UV systems with the following part numbers:

  • 24897
  • H17GW4F2
  • UVL/2417

The UV lamps in printers are connected to the photo initiators and the ink raw materials. It is always necessary to have a strong UV light for printing, as a weak UV light fails to cure properly and the ink feels sticky. The 5" UV replacement lamp exceeds OEM standards and is subjected to strict quality control measures to give you the printing experience you desire. Studies show that as the bulb hour rises, the lamp produces less UV light and more heat. Excessive heat cause bulge in the print media along with damaging shutters and reflectors in the lamp housing. This can lead to enormous repairing costs. It is always safer to use a good quality UV lamp like the one from CureUV.

Technical Specifications:

  • Fill: Mercury
  • Quartz: Standard
  • Arc Length: 17 inches
  • Wattage Per Inch: 400 WPI

Ultraviolet (UV) spectral output of a mercury vapor lamp

Ultraviolet (UV) Spectral Output - Mercury Lamp (PDF)

*Hg - Lamp contains mercury - manage in accordance with your local disposal laws by visiting: www.lamprecycle.orgGEW Part # 24897 UV Curing Lamp Bulb

*All UV lamps listed are compatible brand UV products. We do not sell GEW brand UV lamps. All GEW brand names, trademarks and logos are property of GEW.

*Warning: Ultraviolet light is harmful to your eyes and skin. Use proper safety gear.

Note: CureUV.com stocks generic products that are 100% compatible with the original equipment.

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